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Free Classes
If you’re a full-time, in-state student, taking 15 or even 18 credits costs the same as taking 12. It's like getting a free class or two whenever you take more than 12 credits a semester.
 
 
How Much Can You Save?
By taking one extra course each semester, starting with your freshman year, you will save more than $6,000 in tuition over four years—money you could easily use toward a master’s degree, a car, or countless other things.
 
 
Plan Ahead
A good strategy for graduating on track is to take at least 30 credits each academic year. If you know that you will be busier in one semester than in the next, take 12 credits in the fall and 18 in the spring. If you find you are a course or two short of those 30 credits, we have convenient Winter and Summer Sessions in which you can make up the credits. Meet with an academic advisor and develop a plan that works for you.
 
 
Questions Answered Here
Have questions about picking a major or choosing your classes for next semester? Our academic advisors are here for you. They can make sure you reach your goal by helping you choose the right mix of core, major, and elective courses that will put you on track to graduate in four years.
 
 
Get Your Degree in Four Years
Remember: The sooner you get your degree, the sooner you can pursue the career of your dreams or begin your graduate or professional studies. By staying on track, you will also have a jump on the competition, as fewer than half of all college students graduate in four years.

Also, by graduating in four years you send a signal to future employers and graduate schools that you are hardworking and focused on getting ahead
and smart about your time and money.
 
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 Office Information

 
Director: Laura Silverman
Office: Kiely Hall, Room 217
Phone: 718.997.5599 / Fax: 718.997.5643
 


Virtual Advising Center Hours for Continuing Students

Mondays
Virtual/Online  Appointments 9:30am-4:00pm​
Tuesdays
Virtual/Online  Appointments
​9:30am-6:00pm
Wednesdays
Virtual/Online  Appointments
9:30am-6:00pm
​Thurdays Virtual/Online  Appointments
9:30am-4:00pm
​Fridays Virtual/Online  Appointments 9:30am-12:30pm​
Saturdays
Virtual/Online  Appointments
9:30am-2:00pm​​​

*Attention*
Due to current circumstances and in efforts to protect the health and safety of our community, academic advisement appointments will be virtual until the foreseeable future. To schedule a virtual appointment, please download the QC Navigate App at Navigate.qc.cuny.edu.

Starting in mid-April, new freshmen and transfers for the Fall 2020 semester will be invited via email to attend a freshman or transfer academic advisement session for incoming students after they have been accepted, submitted a commitment deposit, and have responded to Admissions with an intent to enroll at Queens College. 


Important Schedule Changes:

Academic Advising will not take place when the college is closed and on the following dates: 4/11, 10/2

When there are no classes in session, our office will not have evening hours: Spring Recess 4/8 - 4/16

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Team:

Please note that QC’s plan for distribution of the laptops and tablets purchased by CUNY is now LIVE!  Students should call, email or visit the website below for more information and to reserve a device:

718-997-5990
KeepLearning@qc.cuny.edu

Device Distribution Plan​





 

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